ANTONOV Airlines continues operating around the world.
One of their AN-124-100's was recently chartered to transport oversized and sensitive cargo for the aerospace industry.
The cargo weighing a total of 95 tonnes was safely delivered
ANTONOV Airlines has stated that the Armed Forces of Ukraine have liberated the Kyiv-ANTONOV airport in Hostomel near Kyiv from Russian occupiers.
"As a result of the Russian attack and occupation
The world's largest aircraft, Antonov Airlines An-225 Mriya was destroyed by the Russian military earlier this week at the Antonov Airport in Hostomel, Ukraine.
The first photos of the destroyed aircraft
Volga-Dnepr’s integrated logistics solutions is supporting the delivery of medical equipment for oxygen production in Nevinnomyssk from China to Russia.
Air cargo carrier, Volga-Dnepr, is transporting this special equipment for the
The Hansa Meyer Vietnam team has been busy in recent months with several air charters. And now once again they have been involved in the handling a part charter flight
Antonov Airlines is a world leader in moving space components by air and has completed up to three satellite-related cargo shipments each month for the last few months. Antonov Airlines
Air heavylift carrier, Antonov Airlines, has safely transported a 40-metric-tonne cargo, including control and battery rooms for power supply, for BOLLORE Transport Logistics.
The control unit measuring 13 m long, 3.96
ATRAN Airlines (ATRAN), the Russian air express carrier within Volga-Dnepr Group (the Group), marks the end of September with the arrival of its 1000th flight to Riga, Latvia.
The 1000th flight
Volga-Dnepr’s An-124 delivers four water-bombers four (Bell 214B) with tanks and other associated equipment from Australia to Greece to support seasonal wildfire-fighting efforts.
The complex delivery was organised in partnership with
Antonov Airlines has safely transported 40 tonnes of mining equipment from Vatry, France, to Comodoro Rivadavia, Argentina, to meet a strict deadline and ensure mining operations continued.
The oversized cargo sections,